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CURRICULUM VITA
JOANN W. KEALIINOHOMOKU
CROSS-CULTURAL DANCE RESOURCES
518 SOUTH AGASSIZ STREET
FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA 86001-5711, U.S.A.
e-mail: jwk3@nau.edu
phone/fax - (928) 774-8108

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JOANN W. KEALIINOHOMOKU'S
CURRICULUM VITA

UNIVERSITIES AND DEGREES

Ph.D. Indiana University, 1976, Cultural Anthropology, minor - Folklore

Dissertation: "Theories and Methods for an Anthropological Study of Dance"

M.A. Northwestern University, 1965, Cultural Anthropology

Thesis: "A Comparative Study of Dance as a Constellation of Behaviors Among African and United States Negroes"

Course work in anthropology, music, dance - University of Hawaii, 1960, 1962

B.S.S. Northwestern University, 1955, Speech and Theater


SCHOLARSHIPS, FELLOWSHIPS, GRANTS, RECOGNITIONS

Southwest Chapter Society for Ethnomusicology named newly created award the “Joann Keali'inohomoku Graduate Student Paper Award” - 2000

Arizona Humanities Council, Distinguished Public Scholar, 1996

Outstanding Contribution to Dance Research, first recipient, Congress on Research in Dance, 1996

Senior Research Associate, Center for Colorado Plateau Studies, NAU, 1987-1992

Professor Emerita, Northern Arizona University, 1987

Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society, election to full membership, 1986

N.E.H. Summer Stipend, 1986

Listings in Dictionary of International Biography, Foremost Women of the Twentieth Century, Reference Encyclopedia of the American Indian, Strathmore’s Who’s Who 1998-1999, Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who of American Women, Who’s Who in Oceania 1980-1981, Who’s Who in Society, Who’s Who in the West, The World’s Who’s Who of Women

Dedicatee for Tenth Annual Flagstaff Indian Center’s Basketball Tournament, 1983

Sabbatical, awarded by Northern Arizona University, fall semester, 1981

Research Fellow, Culture Learning Institute, East-West Center, Hawaii, Fall, 1981

Weatherhead Resident Scholar, School of American Research, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1974-1975

Grant for field research, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1970-1971

Subsidy for Penrose Fund, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1967-1968

Grant for field research, American Philosophical Society, Phillips Fund, 1965,1966; Penrose Fund, 67-68

Fellowship, Anonymous Donor, Administered by Indiana University, 1966-1970

Scholarship Honolulu Community Scholarship Program, 1965, 1968

Grant for field research equipment, University of Hawaii Committee for the Study and Preservation of Hawaiian Language, Art and Culture, 1962


FIELD RESEARCH

Hopi Indians and Hopi-Tewa Indians of Northern Arizona, 1965, 1966-1968, 1970-1971, intermittent to date

Yaqui, Zuni, Apache Indians of the Southwest U.S.,1965, intermittent to date

Polynesian and Micronesian dancers located in Hawaii, 1958-1964, intermittent to date

Mrs. John Wilson (Auntie Jennie) of Hawaii, taped interviews on hula and oral history 1962, research about Jennie Wilson intermittent to date

AfricanAmerican dance in Illinois, Wisconsin, Michigan, 1957-1958, 1964-1965


DANCE TRAINING

Workshop in folkdance - Wisconsin, 1964

Japanese dance - University of Hawaii, 1961

Erdman, Jean - Workshop in modern dance, Honolulu, 1958

Taylor, Josephine - Graham technique in modern dance, Honolulu, 1958-1964, 1978, 1981

Huhm, Halla Pai - Korean dance, Honolulu, 1958-1962

Johnson, Helen Holt -"Body Rhythms," Shorewood, Wisconsin, 1957-1958

Analisa - workshop in modern dance and Jooss Technique, Northwestern University, 1956

Graham, Martha - summer course, 1956

Schmidt, Nancy - Graham Technique of modern dance, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1952-1955

Keaney, Marian - tap, ballroom, Keaney Studio, Winnetka, Illinois, 1951-1952

Limon, Jose - workshop in modern dance, Chicago, 1952

Bannister, Delta - modern dance, Northwestern University, 1948-1952

Craig, Marjorie - modern dance, Whitefish Bay High School, Wisconsin, 1945-1948

Daly, Agnes - ballet, Des Plaines, Illinois, 1939-1942

Chicago Parks and Recreation, Navy Pier - ballet, 1936-1938

Wheeler, Leona Moore - ballet, interpretive, Scottish, Irish, Spanish dance, rhythms, piano, castanets, Kansas City, Missouri; Chicago and Des Plaines, Illinois; Whitefish Bay, Wisconsin, 1933-1945


ADDITIONAL TRAINING

Keithly, Jean - tutorial in physical therapy applied to dance, Shriners’ Children’s Hospital, Honolulu, 1959

Kurath, Gertrude Prokosch - tutorial in dance ethnology, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 1957

National High School Institute in Speech and Theatre, Northwestern University, 1947


TEACHING EXPERIENCES DANCE AND DRAMA (RESUME)

Ballet, Graham technique, creative dance, "Body Rhythms," tap, ballroom, Israeli, international folk dance, square & round dance, formal & creative dramatics - Illinois, Wisconsin, Hawaii, Indiana, Arizona.

Dance therapy for crippled children - Hawaii


CHOREOGRAPHY (RESUME)

Numerous performance groups, including Honolulu Children’s Theatre, Hawaii’s Central Union Church, Roosevelt High School choir & dance groups in Honolulu, Perhift Theatre, (Milwaukee Jewish Community Center, Yiddish Theatre), Evanston Children’s Theatre

Solo work


AFFILIATIONS, OFFICES

American Anthropological Association (Fellow), American Ethnological Society, American Folklore Society, Bishop Museum Association, CORD (Congress on Research in Dance) (Board of Directors 1974-1977), Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, co-founder 1981, (President Board of Directors 1981-1992), Dance Critics Ass'n. 1999-Present, International Association East-West Center Alumni , International Council on Traditional Music, Pan Pacific & Southeast Asia Women’s Ass’n., Sister Cities, Society for Ethnomusicology (council member 1967-1970, 1980-1983), Society for Dance History Scholars, Society for Visual Anthropology, Association for the Study of Play, Zeta Phi Eta (professional speech fraternity)


WORK EXPERIENCE

Director of Collections, Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, Flagstaff, AZ
1998-Present

Executive Director, Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, Flagstaff, AZ 1992-1998

Independent Scholar, 1987-present

Researcher/ Consultant, Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, Flagstaff, AZ., 1981-present

Visiting Faculty, World Arts and Culture, UCLA, winter quarter 1998

Faculty, Institute Hawaiian & Polynesian Studies, Windward Community College Campus, U H, June 1993

Visiting faculty, Dance Department, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, Texas, June 1992

Visiting faculty, Drama and Dance Department, University of Hawaii-Manoa campus, Honolulu, April 1991 Visiting faculty, Dance Department, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, June, 1990

Faculty, Semester at Sea, I.S.E. University of Pittsburgh, fall, 1989

Associate Professor Department of Anthropology, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, 1980-1987, summers 1987 - 1996

Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Northern Arizona University 1975-1980, 1970-1972

Visiting faculty, Tisch Graduate School of Performance Arts, N.Y. University, summers, 1980, 1984

Visiting faculty, Department of Music, University of Hawaii - Manoa, fall, 1981

Faculty Institute on Hawaiian Studies, University of Hawaii - Hilo campus, 1974

Visiting faculty, Department of Anthropology, U. of Hawaii - Hilo Campus, Summers, 74, 73, spr . 73

Faculty, World Campus Afloat, Chapman College, Orange, CA, fall, 1972, 1973

Teaching Assistant, Department of Anthropology, Indiana University, 1968-1970

Visiting Instructor, Department of Physical Education, Indiana University, summer, 1968

Research Assistant, Archives of Traditional Music, Indiana University, 1965-1967

Clerical work, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1962-1964

Clerk, Asia Joe’s Importing, International Market Place, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1958-1964 (Sundays only)

Director Children’s Theatre, Jewish Community Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 1955-1958

Assistant Manager, Fox-Downer Theater (foreign/art cinema), Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 1951-1953

Self-employed teacher, dance and dramatics - Wisconsin, Illinois, Hawaii, Arizona, Indiana - 1951-1972


PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

ACADEMIC LECTURES (SELECTED) - Amsterdam Maastricht Summer University at Tropenmuseum, Arizona State University, Buckeye Community College (Iowa), Florida International University, Florida State University, Fort Lewis College (Colorado), Indiana University, Northern Iowa University, Ohio State University (Bowling Green), Sweetbriar College (Virginia), University of Arizona, UCLA, University of Cape Town (SA) , University of Hawaii-Manoa, University of Louisville, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, University of Oregon, Wesleyan University (Connecticut), York University (Toronto)

PAPERS PRESENTED FOR (selected) - African Studies Association; American Folklore Society; Anthropological Society of Hawaii; Association for Applied Anthropology; "Confluences" Conference at University of Cape Town, S.A.; Congress on Research in Dance; Hearst Center for the Arts; International Council on Traditional Music; Society for Dance History Scholars; Society for Ethnomusicology; UCLA Graduate Dance Ethnology Forums

INVITATIONAL CONFERENCES - "Arts of Africa," Special Forum at Indiana University; "Becoming Human Through Music," Music Educators National Conference, and Wesleyan University; "Confluences," Cape Town University, South Africa; "International Conference on Dance Research and the Meeting of the Americas," Mexico City; "Religious Character of Native American Humanities," Arizona State University; "Respecting a Mountain," Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ; "Ritual Drama of Indians of the Southwest," Weatherhead Advanced Seminar, School of American Research, Santa Fe, N.M.; "Royce Special Forum for Dance Ethnologists," Indiana University, Bloomington, IN; Wenner-Gren special conference on Human Bodily Movement, Chicago, Ill

OTHER PROFESSIONAL SERVICES - jurying papers for Dance Research Journal and other journals; evaluating manuscripts for publishing houses; jurying applications for several granting agencies; committees for theses and dissertations: Case Western, Northern Arizona University, The Union Institute, University of New Mexico, UCLA; Arizona Humanities Council Speakers’ Bureau; Consultant for Dancing (1993), 8-hour PBS series produced by Rhoda Grauer for WNET/Thirteen; grant writer for Cross-Cultural Dance Resources; adjudicator International Eisteddfod, Roodepoorte, South Africa (1995); co-chair w/Allegra Fuller Snyder of CORD Conference Anthropology & Dance, Tucson (1972); co-director with Cynthia G. Knox of "Tibet Week in Flagstaff" (1995); day-long workshop in methodology, CORD, (1995)



COMMUNITY ACTIVITIES

Native Americans For Community Action, Flagstaff Indian Center, Flagstaff, Arizona - Board of Directors,1977-1982, Secretary 1979-1982 ; Advisory Board, Adult Education Program 1978-1980 Advisory Board; Youth Outreach Program 1987-1990

Board of Directors, Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, Flagstaff, Arizona 1981-1993, 1999-

Flagstaff Arts Council 1980-1997, Vice-President 1992-1996, Secy-Treas. pro-tem 1997

UNIVERSITY ACTIVITIES - NORTHERN ARIZONA UNIVERSITY

Women’s Study Advisory Committee 1986-1987

International Students Admissions Committee 1985-1986

Performing Arts Committee 1985-1987

Beautification Committee, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 1985-198

Promotion and Tenure Committee, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 1982-1985

Department Status Committee, Dept. Anthropology 1983-1984. Chair

Committee on Indian Education, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences 1982-198

Screening Committee to Select Deanof College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 1982

Sponsor Native Americans United, University Indian Club 1978-1982, 1984

Sponsor Hopi Senom Club 1975-1980

Presentations of workshops on Native American World Views - for Faculty Seminars 1979

Presentations of workshops on Expressive Culture - for Faculty Seminars 1978

IInterdisciplinary experiments in team-teaching of literature, Karl Doerry, Director 1978-1980

Admissions and Scholastic Regulations Committee 1979-1980

University Indian Education Committee 1978-1979, 1981-1982

Faculty Senate 1977-1979

  

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BIBLIOGRAPHY

MONOGRAPHS AND THESES

1965   A comparative study of dance as a constellation of motor behaviors among African and United States Negroes (M.A. thesis). Department of Anthropology, Northwestern University. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms.

1976  "A comparative study of dance as a constellation of motor behaviors among African and United States Negroes  with a new introduction," Reflections and perspectives on two anthropological studies of dance. Adrienne L. Kaeppler (editor), CORD Dance Research Annual 7: 1-13. New York: CORD.

1976  Theory and methods for an anthropological study of dance (Ph.D. dissertation). Department of Anthropology, Indiana University. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University Microfilms pubication 7621511 anthropology.

2008  Theory and methods for an anthropological study of dance. Flagstaff, Arizona: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources, Inc. (Includes introduction, bibliographical references and index.)

 

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

1972   "Folk dance," Richard M. Dorson (editor), Folklore and folklife: an Introduction : 381-404. Chicago: University of Chicago.

1979   "Culture change: functional and dysfunctional expressions of dance, a form of affective culture." John A.R. Blacking; Joann W. Keali’inohomoku (editors), The performing arts : 47-64. World Anthropology Series. The Hague: Mouton.

1979   "You dance what you wear and you wear your cultural values," J.M. Cordwell; R.W. Schwarz (editors),The fabrics of culture: 77-83. World Anthropology Series. The Hague:Mouton.

1980   "The drama of the Hopi Ogres," Southwestern Indian ritual drama: 37-69. Charlotte J. Frisbie (editor), A School of American Research Book, Advanced Seminar Series. Albuquerque, New Mexico: University of New Mexico Press.

1981   "Dance as a rite of transformation," Caroline Card; and others (editors),Discourse in ethnomusicology II: a tribute to Alan P. Merriam: 131-152. Bloomington, Indiana: Ethnomusicology Publications Group, Indiana University.

1983   "An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance." Roger Copeland; Marshall Cohen (editors),What is dance? : 533-549.. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press. (Reprint of 1969-1970 article in Impulse.).

1985   "Music and dance of the Hawaiian and Hopi peoples," Becoming human through music,: 5-22. The Wesleyan Symposium on the Perspectives of Social Anthropology In the Teaching and Learning of Music. Reston, Virginia: Music Educators National Conference.

1986   "The would-be Indian," Explorations In Ethnomusicology: Essays in honor of David McAllester: 111-126. Charlotte J. Frisbie (editor), Detroit Monographs in Musicology Number 9. Detroit: Information Coordinators in Detroit.

1989   "The Hopi Katsina dance event ‘Doings’," Lowell John Bean (editor), Seasons of the Kachina : 51-64. Hayward, California: A Ballena Press/California State University, Hayward Cooperative Publication.

1992   "Hopi and Hawaiian music and dance: responses to cultural contact," Carol E. Robertson (editor), Musical repercussions of 1492 : 429-450. Washington; London: Smithsonian Institution Press.

1993   "Music and dance of the Hawaiian and Hopi peoples," (orig. 1985), Richard L. Anderson; Karen L. Field (editors), Art in small scale societies: contemporary readings : 334-348. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall.

1997   "An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance," Drid Williams (editor), Anthropology and human movement: the study of dances, 1: 15-36. Lanham, Maryland; London: Scarecrow Press. (Reprint of 1969-1970 article in Impulse Magazine.)

2001  "Signatures embodied in dance: their transformative power," Helen Lawrence (editor), Traditionalism and modernity in the music and dance of Oceania: essays in honour of Barbara B. Smith: 33-44. Oceania Monographh 52. Sydney, Australia: Oceania Publications.

EDITED

1970    Editor, Dance history research: perspective from related arts and disciplines. New York: Committee on Research in Dance.

1979   Co-editor with John A.R. Blacking. The performing arts. World Anthropology Series: The Hague: Mouton.

1983   Associate Editor, Dance as cultural heritage, volume one. Betty True Jones (editor), Dance Research Annual 14. New York: CORD.

1985   Associate Editor, Dance as cultural heritage, volume two. Betty True Jones (editor), Dance Research Annual 15. New York: CORD.

ARTICLES

1964   "A court dancer disagrees with Emerson’s classic book on the Hula," Ethnomusicology 8:161-164.

1965   "Dance and self-accompaniment," Ethnomusicology 9:292-295.

1967   "Hopi and Polynesian dance: a study in cross-cultural comparison," Ethnomusicology 11:343-368

1970   "Ethnic historical study," Dance history research: 86-97. New York: CORD.

1970   "An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance," Marian Van Tuyl (editor), Impulse 1969-1970: 24-33. San Francisco: Impulse Publications.

1974   "Dance culture as a microcosm of holistic culture," New dimensions in dance research: anthropology and dance - The American Indian. Tamara Comstock (editor), Research annual 6: 99-106. New York: CORD

1974   "Field guides," New dimensions in dance research: anthropology and dance - The American Indian, . Tamara Comstock (editor), Research annual 6: 245-260. New York: CORD.

1977   "Ethnodance," The religious character of Native American humanities: 144-154. Tempe: Humanities and Religion Departments, Arizona State University. (Note: significant proofing errors that change meaning of text).

1977   "Hopi social dance as a means for maintaining homeostasis," Journal of Association of Graduate Dance Ethnologists 1:1-11. Los Angeles: Department of Dance, University of California.

1978   "Hopi social dance events and how they function," Discover: 27-38. Santa Fe, New Mexico: School of American Research.

1979   "Review essay" (Dance and Human History, a film by Alan Lomax) Ethnomusicology 23:168-176.

1980   "Alan P. Merriam (1923-1980)." Dance research journal 13(1): 57-58.

1980   "The non-art of the dance: an essay," Journal for the anthropological study of human movement at New York University 1(1):38-44.

1981   "Ethical considerations for choreographers, ethnologists, and white knights," Journal for the Association of Graduate Dance Ethnologists 5:10-23. Los Angeles: Department of Dance, University of California.

1985   "Hula space and Its transmutations," Dance as cultural heritage 2: 11-21. Betty True Jones (editor), Dance research annual 16. New York: CORD.

1985   "Cross-cultural, Inter-cultural, pan-cultural, transcultural," CCDR newsletter 2(Summer/Autumn):1. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1985   "A tribute to A.M. Stephen and his contribution to Hopi dance ethnology, " Christina L. Schlundt (compiler), Proceedings: Society of Dance History Scholars 8th annual conference: 25-34. Riverside: University of California.

1986   "Honoring Gertrude Kurath," UCLA journal of dance ethnology10:3-6. Los Angeles: Department of Dance, University of California.

1986   "Wherefore Art Thou Art? Does the art of have to be affixed to the word ‘Dance’?" CCDR newsletter 3:1. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1987   "Holistic culture, resource management," Practicing Anthropology 9(4):2, 18-19.

1987   "Holistic doesn’t mean being a vegetarian," CCDR newsletter 4:1. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1988   "Marian Van Tuyl Campbell remembered," CCDR newsletter 5:1,4. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1988   "Why this organization uses the word ‘Dance’ In Its name," CCDR newsletter 6:1-2. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1989   "Introduction to Silhougraphs," CCDR newsletter 8:1-2. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1989   "Variables that affect gender actions and reactions in dance ethnology fieldwork: a praxis," UCLA Journal of Dance Ethnology 13:48-53. Los Angeles: Department of Dance, University of California.

1990   "Challenges for dance ethnologists observed during travel," CCDR newsletter 9:1,4. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1990   "Angst over ethnic dance," CCDR newsletter 10:1-2,5-6. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

1990   "Rites et danses indiens," Un Siecle de Danse Aux Etats-Unis, 4e biennale de la Danse Lyon,13 septembre- 6 octobre: 50-51. Lyon, France: Association Lyon.

1992   "In memoriam: Gertrude Prokosch Kurath: August 19, 1903-August 1, 1992," Dance research journal 24(2):70. New York: Congress on Research in Dance.

1992   Kalani K. Meinecke (co-author), "Hula" (program notes), E Ho'i Mai I Ka Piko Hula: World International Hula Festival, November 5-7: 9. Honolulu, Hawaii: Moanalua Gardens Foundation.

1995   "Conviction of Gertrude Prokosch Kurath about the Interconnections of dance and music," UCLA journal of dance ethnology 19:1-5. Los Angeles: Department of Dance, University of California.

1995-1996   "The dances of Tibet," Vasant Merchant (editor),The International journal of humanities and peace, 11(2): 53-54. Flagstaff: Vasant Merchant.

1997   "Dance, myth and ritual in time and space," Dance research journal 29(1): 65-72. New York: Congress on Research in Dance.

1997   "Peace through arts/arts through peace: dance," Vasant Merchant (editor),The International journal of humanities and peace.13(1):63-66. Flagstaff: Vasant Merchant.

1997   "Three Indigenous peoples of the United States and Mexico: contrasting strategies to sustain their dance and music", Proceedings "Confluences: cross-cultural fusions in music and dance" (conference): 135-141. Cape Town: University of Cape Town, South Africa.

1998   "A post conference examination of ‘Confluences’ University of Capetown 1997," Linda J. Tomko, (compiler), Proceedings Society of Dance History Scholars, 21st annual conference: 177-183. Riverside: University of California.

1999   "The Yaqui matachines and malinches," Juliette Willis (compiler), Proceedings Society of Dance History Scholars, 22nd annual conference: 139-142. Stoughton, Wisconsin.

1999   “Thoughts on 'A Warm-up'” (Re: Jonathan Berkman), Dance research journal, 31(2):2-6. New York: Congress on Research in Dance.

2001   "The study of dance in culture: a retrospective for a new perspective," in "Dialogues," Dance research journal 33(1):89-90. New York: Congress on Research in Dance.

2001   "New functions and contexts for old dance cultures." Elsie Ivancich Dunin; Tvrtko Zebec (editors), Proceedings 21st symposium of t the ICTM Study Group on Ethnochoreology: 2000 Korcula: 197-201. Zagreb, Croatia: Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research; Study Group on Ethnochoreology of the International Council for Traditional Music.

2003  "Choreometrics revisited," CCDR newsletter 21:1,5-6. Flagstaff: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources. (Abridged version of paper read at annual meeting of Southwest Chapter, Society for Ethnomusicology, April 12, 2003).

2007   "CCDR Research Center revealed," CCDR newsletter 26/27:3-6. Tempe, Arizona: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

2008  "Nadia Chilkovsky Nahumck (1908-2006)," CCDR newsletter 28:1,3-8. Tempe, Arizona: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

REPRINTS

1979   Dance history research: Perspectives from related arts and disciplines (orig. 1970), Joann W. Kealiinohomoku (editor).

1980   "An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance," (orig. 1969-1970), Journal for the anthropological study of human movement (New York University)1(2):83-97.

1983   "An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance" (orig. 1969-1970), What is Dance? pp. 533-549. Roger Copeland, Marshall Cohen, eds. Oxford: Oxford U.

1988   "Field guides," (orig. 1974), translated into Indonesian

1989   "The drama of the Hopi Ogres," (orig. 1980), Southwestern Indian ritual drama : 37- 69. Charlotte J. Frisbie (editor), Paperback edition. Prospect Heights, Illinois: Waveland ca 1990

1989   "An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance," (orig. 1969-1970), Wudaoyishu (Dance Art) ("No. 1 academic dance journal in China"), Beijing, translated by Ou Jian-ping. Issue 22, pages 185-196

1992   "Angst over ethnic dance" (orig. 1990), Dance Bay Area Jan/Feb: 1-2

1992   Review of The Longest Trail (orig. 1991), Journal for the anthropological study of human movement 7,1:65-70

1993   "Music and dance of the Hawaiian and Hopi peoples," (orig. 1985), Art in small scale societies: contemporary readings, pp. 334-348. Richard L. Anderson and Karen L. Field, eds. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall

1993   Kalani K. Meinecke (co-author), "Hula," (program notes). (orig. 1992),E Ho'i Mai I Ka Piko Hula: World International Hula Festival, November 11-13: 8. Honolulu, Hawaii: Moanalua Gardens Foundation

1994   Kalani K. Meinecke (co-author), "Hula," (program notes), (orig. 1992) E Ho'i Mai I Ka Piko Hula: The 1994 World International Hula Festival, November 10,11,12:12. Honolulu, Hawaii: E Ho'i Mai 'Ohana

1994   "Angst over ethnic dance" (orig. 1990), Dancetera 1,2:1,34

1996   "Dance," Native America in the twentieth century: an encyclopedia, Mary B. Davis, ed.: Garland Reference Library of Social Science, vol. 452:164-169. NY & London: Garland Paper Back edition

1997   "An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance," (orig. 1969-1970) in Readings in Anthropology of human movement, studies of the dance, pp. 15-36. Drid Williams, ed. Lanham, MD and London: Scarecrow Press

1998   "Une Anthropologue Regarde le Ballet Comme une Forme de Danse Ethnique," (translation from orig. 1965). Nouvelles de Danse: Danse Nomade 34,35: spring, summer: 47-67

1998   Kalani K. Meinecke (co-author), “Hula,”: (program notes), (orig. 1992) E Ho'i Mai I Ka Piko Hula:The 1998 World Invitational Hula Festival, November, Honolulu, Hawaii: E Ho'i Mai 'Ohana

2000   “Folk dance” translated into Korean by Haeree Choi (orig. 1972) Dance magazine MOMM. June, vol 67, # 2, part 1, pp. 44-47; July, vol 68, # 2, part 2, pp. 50-53; August, vol 69, # 2 , pp. 48-51

2000   “An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance,” (translated into Korean by Haeree Choi from reprint of 1983, orig. 1969-1970), Dance Magazine MOMM, September, vol. 70 #2, pp. 56-59

2001   “An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance,” (orig. 1969-1970) Moving History/Dancing Cultures: A Dance History Reader, pp. 33-43. Ann Dils & Ann Cooper Albright, ed. Midletown, CT:Wesleyan University Press

2001   “An anthropologist looks at ballet as a form of ethnic dance,” (orig. 1969-70), Habibi: 18:3:20--29

REVIEWS

1963   Sword dance and drama by Violet Alford. Journal of American folklore 76:355-356.

1965   Folk songs Hawaii sings by John M. Kelly, Jr. Ethnomusicology 9:71-73.

1965   Ula Noweo film & filmstrip of Hawaiian musical instruments. Ethnomusicology 9:207-208.

1965   Flower in my ear by Edwin G. Burrows. Anthropologica 7:158-160.

1969   Michigan Indian festivals by Gertrude P.Kurath. Journal of American folklore 82:176- 177.

1969   Africa Dances, a film by United Nations, American anthropologist 71:800-801.

1971   "Book note", Folklore of the North American Indians, Library of Congress, Journal of American folklore 84:261-262.

1974   "Review number one: Caveat on causes and correlations," re: Folk song style and culture by Alan Lomax, CORD news 6/2:26-27.

1975   "Lessons From the dancing ground to the studio: Implications of Pueblo Indian dance for modern dance" by Valentina Litvinoff, Dance research journal 7(1):33-34.

1975   "Research resources" - "American Indian peoples, Arts of" by Gertrude P. Kurath, et al, Dance research journal 7/2:26-27.

1977   The Tree of Life, Flower Films. Journal of American folklore 90:377-378.

1977   The nature of dance: an anthropological perspective by Roderyk Lange. American Anthropologist 79:658-659.

1977   The sorrow of the lonely and the burning of the dancers by Edward L. Schieffelin, Dance research journal 9/2:25-26.

1979   Gameel Gamal, a film by Gordon Inkeles, Journal of American folklore 92:259-261.

1980   Flowers of the Wind: papers on Rritual, myth and symbolism in California and the Southwest, Thomas Blackburn, ed. American anthropologist 82:653-654.

1980   Ha’akui Pele I Hawai’i, by Edith Kanakao’le, Hula Records, Ethnomusicology 24:335-336.

1983   The Tongan Lakalaka and The Punake of Tonga, videos by Larry and Eric Shumway, Ethnomusicology 27: 169-170.

1986   Corn is Life, a film produced for the Museum of Northern Arizona by Tellens, Inc., American anthropologist 88:519-520.

1986   The Pueblo presence, a film by Hugh and Suzanne Johnston, American anthropologist 88:525-526.

1986   Polynesian dance: with a selection for contemporary performances by Adrienne L. Kaeppler, Ethnomusicology 30:579-580.

1986   Japanese Bon dance in Hawaii by Judy Van Zile, Dance research journal 17/2:94-96.

1987   Nineteenth century Hawaiian chant by Elizabeth Tatar, Ethnomusicology 31:143-145.

1987   Zen dances by Sun Ock Lee, Dance research journal 19(1):46-47.

1987   Dance across Texas by Betty Casey, Dance Research Journal 19/1:47-48.

1989   Children in the field: anthropological experiences, Joan Cassells, (editor), American anthropologist 91:772-773.

1991   The Longest Trail , a video by Alan Lomax and Forrestine Pauley, Yearbook for traditional music (ICTM) 23:167-169.

1995   Music and dance of aboriginal Australia and the South Pacific: The effects of documentation on the living tradition, Alice Marshall Moyle, ed. Ethnomusicology 39:277-279.

1995   The JVC anthology of world music and dance, 30 video tapes and ten books by Japan Victor Corporation, English Language Edition with Smithsonian Institution and Folkways Recordings. Ethnomusicology 39:346-353.

1997   Molly Spotted Elk by Bunny McBride, Dance research journal 29(2): 92-94 CORD.

1998   The JVC/Smithsonian Folkways Video Anthology of Music and Dance of the Americas, six video tapes and six books by the Victor Company of Japan. Ethnomusicology 42:189-195.

1998  Hula Pahu by Adrienne L. Kaeppler, Journal for the anthropological study of human movement 10(.2; Autumn): 103-107.

1998  Signs of Recognition: Powers and Hazards of Representation in an Indonesian Society by Webb Keane. Current anthropology 39:737-38.

2000  The Power of Kiowa Song by Luke Lassiter, 2000 Yearbook for traditional music (ICTM) 32:201.

2004   "Review. Perspectives on Korean dance by Judy Van Zile." Dance research journall 36(2)):153-156. New York: Congress on Research in Dance.

ENCYCLOPEDIAS

1970   "Hula" The Encyclopedia Americana 14:542, Danbury, Connecticut: Grolier, Inc. reprinted in subsequent editions. 2002 on line key word: hula http://go.grolier.com

1994   "Dance," Native America in the Twentieth Century: An Encyclopedia, Mary B. Davis, ed. Garland Reference Library of Social Science, vol. 452:164-169. NY & London: Garland

1996   Corrected paper back edition of above

1995   "Dance in traditional religions," HarperCollins Encyclopedia of Religion, Jonathan Z. Smith, general ed., Sam D. Gill, area ed.: 304-307. San Francisco: Harper SanFrancisco

1996   "Gestures," American Folklore: an encyclopedia, Jan Harold Brunvand, general editor: Garland Reference Library of the Humanities vol. 1551:333-335. NY & London: Garland.

1998   "Gertrude Prokosch Kurath," " Hopi dance," "Primitive dance." Selma Jeanne Cohen (founding editor), International encyclopedia of dance, New York: Oxford University Press.

1998   "Folk dance," Academic American Encyclopedia, 8:199-201. Barbara Winard, editor. Danbury CT: Grolier. 2002 on line key word: dance http://go.grolier.com

2001    “Music and dance in the United States,” pp.206-222, volume 3, The United States and Canada, Ellen Koskoff, editor. The Garland Encyclopedia of World Music, NY & London: Garland Publishing Co.

2002   "Hula," on line key word: hula http://go.grolier.com Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia, Danbury, Connecticut.

2008   "Folk dance." Britannica Online Encyclopedia. Online keyword: folk dance < http://www.britannica.com > .

 

OTHER PUBLICATIONS

1960-1963   Dance reviewer for the Honolulu Star-Bulletin

1961-1962   "Fa’a Samoa," News from the Pacific

1962-1964   Editor, News from the Pacific, Anthropological Society of Hawai’i

1970   with Frank J. Gillis, "Special bibliography: Gertrude Prokosch Kurath," Ethnomusicology 14:114- 128

1979   "Comments," (response to "Anthropological study of dance" by Judith Lynn Hanna) Current anthropology 20:327-328

1979   "Letters to the Editor," Musical heritage review 3,3:9

1983   "Letter of recollection," When I met Polingaysi underneath the Cottonwood Tree :79-80, Jo Linder (editor). Mesa, Arizona: private publication.

1988   "Foreword." Children of Sacred Ground, Catherine Feher-Elston: vii-viii. Flagstaff, Arizona: Northland Press.

1988   "Introduction" to "George Gershwin’s Concerto in F at the Yale School of Drama," by Gertrude Prokosch Kurath, Dance research journal 20/1:43-44

1991   "Shared recollection," - - And Beauty Is His Name: Loloma (Memorial Publication), p. 13. Tempe, Arizona: Jacaranda Press, a Division of Roberta Burnett Communications, Inc.

1993   "My Favorite Irish Bread," What’s Cookin’ In Arizona !: More than 240 recipes from Arizona Celebrities & Personalities, p. 85. Sandy Bruce, Compiler. Tucson: Golden West

1997   Untitled. In Memoriam: Cynthia Jean Cohen Bull aka Cynthia Novack, pp. 18-19. Richard Bull, editor. New York City.

1997   "Comments," (response to "The Making of Chumash Traditions" by Brian D. Haley and Larry R. Wilcoxon) Current anthropology 38:781-782

2001   "Letter to the Times” in DCA News , Spring-Summer 15

2002   “‘Out of the Box’ Content in November Issue,” in Readers’ Forum, Dance Magazine 76,1:19.

2003   "Opening remarks," Proceedings. CCDR's symposium: applying dance ethnology and dance research in the 21st century, 6-8 June: 1-2. Flagstaff, Arizona: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

2003   "The Eleanor King legacy rediscovered," Proceedings. CCDR's symposium: applying dance ethnology and dance research in the 21st century, 6-8 June: 42-44. Flagstaff, Arizona: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

2003   "Final thoughts," Proceedings. CCDR's symposium: applying dance ethnology and dance research in the 21st century, 6-8 June: 98. Flagstaff, Arizona: Cross-Cultural Dance Resources.

2004   "Foreword." Pegge Vissicaro (author), Studying dance cultures around the world: an introduction to multicultural dance education: ix-xi. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishing.

RESEARCH PRESENTATIONS (UNPUBLISHED)

1974  Dance is music in three dimensions (research paper).  (Presented at joint annual meetings of the Society for Ethnomusicology and the Congress on Research in Dance, held in San Francisco.)

1977 The vis-a-vis of dance history and dance ethnology: a position paper (research paper).  (Distributed at the first annual meeting of the Society for Dance History Scholars.)

1980   The person as a work of art (research paper).  (Presented at the annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology, held in Bloomington, Indiana.)

1991   The dancing human body as a musical instrument (research paper).  (Presented at the annual meeting for the Society for Ethnomusicology, held in Chicago.)

1996  Scholars who envisioned an anthropology of dance (invited lecture). Presented to the Indiana Association for the Anthropology of Dance and Movement, held in Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana University. (Unauthorized deposit of this unpublished manuscript is in Tisch School of Performing Arts manuscript archives. New York: New York University.)

2001  Choices: the cultural dynamics of multiple dance forms in North America (keynote address). (Presented to the second International conference on Middle Eastern dance, held in Costa Mesa, California.)

2004  The analysis of singular signatures: a new research approach to dance and music scholarship (research paper). (Presented in the pre-conference symposium, "Moving boundaries: the symbiotic relationship between music and dance, held November 3, as part of the 49th conference of the Society for Ethnomusicology, held at the University of Arizona, in Tucson, Arizona.)

2005  Embodiment: an intrinsic feature of music (research paper). (Presented to the Southwest Chapter of the Society for Ethnomusicology, held April 9, at Northern Arizona University, in Flagstaff, Arizona.)

2006  Etic and emic: an essay (keynote by audio and text projection). (Presented to the conference of the Congress on Research in Dance, held November 3, at Arizona State University, in Tempe, Arizona.)

SPECIAL EDITORIAL CONSULTANT

1992   Dancing: The pleasure, power, and art of movement by Gerald Jonas with preface by Rhoda Grauer. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., companion book for eight-part public television series Dancing by Thirteen/WNET (first aired 1993)

SENIOR ADVISOR

1993   Dancing: Teacher’s resource guide. Thirteen-WNET Educational Resource Center, Ruth Ann Burns, Director. Little Falls, New Jersey 07424-9876

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